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Thread: Using the writer.js - how to save to Oracle DB using PHP, instead of to SESSION

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    Exclamation Using the writer.js - how to save to Oracle DB using PHP, instead of to SESSION

    I am looking into using the EXTJS 4 writer.js example concept to create an application, but I need to be able to perform all my CRUD operations to a real Oracle database instead of to a SESSION. I am using PHP to perform the CRUD operations instead of to a SESSION variable. Does anyone know what I need to do to write, or can anyone point me in the direction of someone who has done this already, to create the proper back-end code for using PHP to write to a Oracle database using this writer.js example?

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    Your PHP should just do the appropriate CRUD action against the database. This shouldn't be that hard, I've only used MySQL not Oracle but the concepts should be the same.
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    Default I am confused with the SESSION creation and would like to see an example

    I would like to see an example of using a MySQL database even to get an idea where to begin.

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